If you're trying to improve your general health, you may find qigong helpful as part of your program. Qigong is generally safe for people of all ages and levels of fitness. Studies have shown that for older adults qigong can improve balance and reduce the risk of falls. Because the movements are low impact and put minimal stress on your muscles and joints, qigong is appealing to many older adults. For these same reasons, if you have a condition such as arthritis or you're recovering from an injury, you may find it useful.”

Qigong “appears to offer both physical and mental benefits no matter what your age.”

It's used to: reduce stress, increase flexibility, improve muscle strength and definition, increase energy, stamina and agility, and increase feelings of well-being.



Let the effects of stress melt away in the graceful flow of movement.

When you play qigong, you are practicing:

Inner and Outer harmony, self-integration and self-reliance, patience and calmness, feeling good, well-being, gentle strength and natural power, relaxed focus and effective action.


What you practice, you become!


How can Qigong help you?

The Benefits of Qigong

Qigong is a powerful system of health, which has effects on many levels.

Qigong can help harmonize, strengthen and have a healing effect on the functioning of all the internal organs and bodily systems;  increase the supply and flow of energy throughout the body; it can have a variety of rejuvenating effects and is believed to increase longevity; and induces calm mental and emotional states.

Though qigong “hasn't been studied scientifically until recently. Preliminary research shows that for older adults, in particular, practicing qigong regularly may:  reduce anxiety and depression; improve balance and coordination, reducing the number of falls; improve sleep quality, such as staying asleep longer at night and feeling more alert during the day; slow bone loss in women following menopause; reduce high blood pressure; improve cardiovascular fitness; relieve chronic pain; and, improve everyday physical functioning.”